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Wang Jun, Assistant Professor. He received his PhD in economics from Xiamen University in 2015, and also obtained a bachelor’s degree in economics and master’s degree in Law. He is assistant professor at Intellectual Property Research Institute of Xiamen University since 2015. He mainly applied empirical approach to study the development of rule of law, intellectual property institutions, the interrelationship between economic growth and institutional arrangement. Up to now, he published his research findings in publications home and abroad, such as International Review of Law and Economics, Journal of World Economy, Economic Perspectives. His main research fields include law and economics, intellectual property economics, intellectual property management.


Research Grants:

· Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities (Grant No. 20720151287), “China’s Intellectual Property Institutions and Innovation Development.” 2015-2017.

· Fujian Province Social Science Planning Project, “The Relationship between Patent Policy Design and Innovation Development.” 2016-2018.


Journal Publications (in English):

· “Judicial Local Protectionism in China: An Empirical Study of IP Cases”, with Cheryl Long. International Review of Law and Economics, 2015, Vol. 42, pp.48-59. (SSCI).

· “Evaluating Patent Promotion Policies in China: Consequences for Patent Quantity and Quality”, with Cheryl Long, as Chapter 9 in edited volume Economic Impacts of Intellectual Property-Conditioned Government Incentives, 2016, pp.235-257, edited by Dan Prud home and Hefa Song, Springer.


Journal Publications (in Chinese):

· “Does copyright protection promote firm innovation? Evidence from Dehua ceramic industry,” with Cheryl Long. Economic Perspectives, 2016, 6, pp.26-36.

· “Reform-Induced Rule of Law: A Historical and Empirical Study,” with Cheryl Long. Comparative Economic & Social Systems, 2016, 1, pp.205-214.

· “The Causes of China’s Patent Explosion and Its Quality Effects,” with Cheryl Long, Journal of World Economy, 2015, 6, pp.115-142.

· “Local Judicial Protectionism in China: An Empirical Study of People’s Supreme Court IP Cases,” with Cheryl Long, China Economic Studies, 2014, 3, pp. 1-18.